Leadership for the Greater Good

Publisher : Paulist Press

ISBN-13 : 1587689154

Page : pages

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Argues that leadership can emerge from anywhere, in any context or any organization. The use of coercive, command and control methods fails to engage others in a leadership process. But those in authority can choose to lead, and can choose to create the structures and build a culture that encourages leadership.

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